In one of the biggest deals in industry history, Altman Plants has doubled its size in the past year by acquiring additional space, including purchasing the remaining assets of Color Spot Nurseries, to take the lead as the nation’s largest greenhouse grower.
Find out which of the six variety nominees for Greenhouse Grower‘s 2018 Medal of Excellence Editor’s Choice Award won the top honor this year. Greenhouse Grower Editor Laura Drotleff and Contributing Editor Allan Armitage talk about the nominees and winner. See if Armitage guessed correctly!
The first company to be licensed as a medical marijuana grower in Maryland was ordered to pay $125,000, destroy product, and issue refunds.
In the wake of the romaine lettuce recall, Square Roots, a Brooklyn, NY-based vertical farm with famous co-founders, has launched new labeling allowing consumers to access their food’s full backstory with a simple scan.
Check out 2nd Cup to see Greenhouse Grower Editor Laura Drotleff and Contributing Editor Allan Armitage discuss the winner of Greenhouse Grower’s 2018 Medal of Excellence Industry’s Choice Award for Best New Variety.
Expected to be the first Farm Bill to pass in the same year it was legislated, the 2018 Farm Bill includes some watershed developments for agriculture, and big wins for horticulture.
Following the recent E. coli outbreak on romaine lettuce, indoor leafy greens producers outside the contamination zone implored regulators to narrow ban to specified affected areas.
71-acre glass structure is Phase I of the company’s overall mission to satisfy customer demand.
Torsten Kuenzlen, CEO of SunDial Growers in Canada, was a keynote speaker at MJBizCon in November, and said the opportunity in cannabis is unmatched, as long as the industry’s focus is on quality, not just filling demand.
Profile Products has been a disruptor in the growing media market since launching HydraFiber more than five years ago, partnering with other media companies to blend custom mixes and large growers who mix their own media.
In light of numerous recent food safety recalls, greenhouse leafy greens producers assure consumers their products are safely grown in a controlled environment.
The urban farming pioneers are teaming up with their community partners in New York City and Chicago to bring fresh, locally grown salad greens to those facing food insecurity while also encouraging consumers to fight waste at home.
Greenhouse Grower Editor Laura Drotleff asks, if we devalue our own time, hard work, and the products we grow by accepting prices that don’t even cover our costs, then how can we expect our end consumers to understand our value proposition?
After experiencing issues with Xanthamonas in 2017 that affected the begonia supply in the North American market, Dümmen […]
The Flowr Corporation, a Canadian Licensed Producer of premium cannabis products, and Hawthorne Canada Limited celebrated on October […]